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Port Townsend’s Strange Brewfest annually attracts hundreds of local and out-of-town suds lovers to imbibe bizarre brews with names like “pepperoni pizza” and “Girl Scout Dropout.” “We … more
David Chuljian was skating on Stranger Lake on Jan. 14 when he thought of doing something unusual. On the ice for only 15 minutes, he said it occurred to him, “Why not do an art … more
Alise Moss Vetica, a Democrat, member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and health care activist, is helping to bring a dental van to Port Townsend Jan. 27-28 to serve the homeless. “People … more
Customers entering Fat Smitty’s are greeted by a jungle of dollar bills attached to it’s walls and ceiling – a sight that may be unlike anything they’ve seen before. Manager Casey Carson, … more
A self-proclaimed pirate found himself in an unusual circumstance Jan. 17 and summoned the U.S. Coast Guard for help with his vessel. Thomas Scott Gregory is no stranger to the seas, but gusts as … more
The Jefferson County Association of Realtors raised more than $8,000 at its Holiday Party Auction and Installation of Officers hosted in December 2016. Half of the proceeds go to the … more
PTHS salon lecture on ‘Unseen Ocean’ set Friday Port Townsend High School Salon Lecture Series presents “Science, Engineering and the Unseen Ocean” with University of Washington principal … more
UPDATED: 3 p.m. Jan. 20 One person has died and two others were airlifted to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle after a three-vehicle accident early Friday afternoon, Jan. 20 in Jefferson … more
Andrew Reed Morrill, who summoned deputies to help him in January 2016 because a woman was attacking him with a baseball bat, was sentenced Jan. 11 to eight years in prison for child molestation and … more
The cause of a power outage that left 3,000 Port Ludlow customers in the cold for 12 hours Wednesday, Jan. 11 still is being assessed by the Jefferson County Public Utility District (PUD). The … more
The prospect of a marijuana processing or manufacturing business opening within the city of Port Townsend now exists. “We now have two retail [marijuana] stores that the state allows,” said … more
The luck of Port Townsend’s boatbuilders held on Friday the 13th, as a new 81-foot mast for the California-based, 63-foot cutter Orient was loaded onto a transportation truck. Work on the mast … more
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